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Is täistera nisujahu vegan?

Täistera nisujahu is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is täistera nisujahu?

Täistera nisujahu, also known as whole grain rye flour, is a nutritious ingredient commonly used in Nordic and Baltic cuisine. Made by grinding the entire rye grain, this flour retains all of the grain's natural goodness, including fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Täistera nisujahu adds a distinct earthy flavor and dense texture to breads, cakes, and pastries. It's also a healthier option than refined flours thanks to its high fiber content, which supports digestive health and may help prevent chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. Incorporating täistera nisujahu into your baking can add both flavor and nutrition to your dishes.

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